LeftieBiker wrote:They carefully avoided showing photos of the battery display, so I'd guess that like many 2016 Leafs it has already lost one or more capacity bars. As I said, there is a software update to "fix" this issue, but it has still not been proven
Other than by independent third party testing.
https://flipthefleet.org/2018/30-kwh-ni ... reporting/
Why must you run down Nissan without pointing to test results?
Yes, battery life is still somewhat unknown for any EV battery that hasn't been out of years. True for Nissan, true for Tesla, true for any manufacturer. The first battery didn't do so well, but the 24kWh 2015 and later have done well. Yes, Nissan did suggest better life than was achieved for the first battery. A mistake, for sure.